Homes for Sale in Haskell, OK by Price
Welcome to Haskell, Your New Hometown
About 2,000 residents call this charming community home. Here, neighbors get to know each other well and live in Oklahoma's peaceful countryside well away from the hustle and bustle of Tulsa, and yet the city is just 35 miles away for easy access to its top attractions.
A Charming, Tightly Knit Town
Rooted in the Railroad
Haskell was incorporated in 1905 as a town along the Midland Valley Railroad, which connected Fort Smith, AR to Wichita, KS and passed through Muskogee and Tulsa. Much of Haskell's early growth can be attributed to the railroad, and even the town's name has its roots in the railroad — Charles N. Haskell was a railroad developer and resident of the area.
From Lakefest at Haskell Lake to the Christmas Parade to athletics at Haskell Public Schools, there is plenty to celebrate in Haskell. Friends, family, and neighbors all gather together for these community events and for smaller get-togethers throughout the year to celebrate the small town, each other's company, and life's best moments in Haskell.
Top Attractions in the Haskell Area
Fishing, kayaking, walking, running, and picnicking are popular activities at Haskell Lake, which was built by the WPA's works program in 1933.
Castle of Muskogee
The Castle of Muskogee is a popular attraction, hosting events that include a Renaissance Fair, Zombie Run, Boare's Heade Festival, and more.
Peaches are the top crop at Livesay Orchards in Porter, but the farm is also known for its hayrides, farm market, pumpkin patch, and fresh produce.
Haskell Real Estate
There is plenty to do in the Haskell area, but a town ultimately becomes your home when you surround yourself with people you love. And Haskell's residents are eager to welcome you to your new home. We would love to talk with you about what you are looking for in a home in Haskell — just give us a call! We would be happy to help.